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Subject: up tempo
great up tempo "he's gone" enough said. my rating on this one is for this song.
Subject: Just Loving This "Don't Need Love"
I'm just loving this version of Don't Need Love. If any kind souls have a copy of this show, prof the SB, please e-mail me.
Subject: look for the remaster
There's a brand new sbd seed out there to those of you knowledgeable enough to be able to find it, directly from the master cassettes. 1st set, too. This is a very smokin' show. The ChinaRider is SO freakin' hot, and the rest of the second set cranks, too.
Subject: Try something else.
The sound is OK, not pristine soundboard quality some tape hiss. But the performance is lackluster.
Subject: The band is on fire
The whole show is top notch; the Throwing Stones -> GDTRFB is unique and sounds improvized.
Crazy Fingers70 -
Subject: somebody please update this sbd
I use to have a very crispy sbd of this show so I know it exist. Please somebody convert and get it on Music Archive! The China> Rider is smoking hot and the rest of the set is sweet, we just need that better sbd of this set
Smokin show, and a fun 2nd set. Although China Rider + Women R Smarter are both gems, and the Comes a Time is beautiful, get this one for the amazing transistion between Throwing Stones and Goin Down the Road where Bobby and Brent interlace the lyrics of both tunes before the segue. I dont know of another show where this happened but its truly unique. (I cant vouch for this particular recording, my original tapes are still crispy and hiss free)
simon wagstaff -
this most certainly is NOT MC>DAT. From the hiss level I am going to guess 2 cassette gens but at least one. Also some minor speed problems. this is a fun show with Phil quite active (I used to call this the Phil Frog Bass show) but i will be checking out the audience recordings of this show. the soundboard doesn't cut it, there are much better sounding ones from this year.